Indoor Herb Garden Kits

Herb garden kits offer everything you need to plant an herb garden indoors.

Whether you choose a kit with seeds or live herb plants, all you need to do is water and watch it grow. How easy is that?

Okay, you also need to provide some sunlight. Choose a warm, sunny windowsill in your kitchen. That will give them the light they need, as well as keep your fresh culinary herbs handy for cooking.

Herb growing tip:

Place your herbs near a window. Most herbs thrive with at least 6 hours of direct sun a day. If you don't have a sunny spot, artificial light works just fine.

Perfect for beginners, herb kits take the guesswork out of what to grow, how to plant, which soil to use, etc. They get you started with a few popular herbs that are easy to grow. They're space-savers, too. Kits allow you to pack a lot of herbs in a small space. Another benefit is that the plants are grouped together, helping them to maintain the humidity they need to thrive.

Even if you plan to plant an herb garden outdoors, you can get a jump on the season by starting them with an indoor herb garden kit.

This Culinary Herb Garden Starter Kit comes with everything necessary to grow and enjoy culinary herbs.

You get a variety of culinary seeds: Dill, Parsley, Thyme, Savory, Sage, Chives, Garlic Chives, Sweet Marjoram, Basil, Oregano, Cilantro.

Garden tray with greenhouse dome helps retain heat and moisture, creating the perfect seed-starting environment.

Made from sphagnum peat moss, the pellets are a rich, high-quality growing medium that is healthy for your plants and minimizes transplant shock and root damage. Herb growing book included.



Short on space? This Herbs of Tuscany Kit fits right on your kitchen windowsill, keeping your herbs within easy reach for snipping.

You'll get seeds for your cooking favorites -- sage, marjoram and chives.

And you'll love the clean, contemporary style. You can reuse the container season after season.

Makes a welcome gift for any gardener or cook you know.



Make every dish better with a dash of basil and a sprinkling of chives. Garden-fresh herbs are just an arms-length away when you grow them on your windowsill.

This Herb Garden Planter includes seeds of basil, oregano, chives and more -- ready to sow in 3 cedar wood planters with water-resistant tray. You'll also get nutrient-rich soil and how-to instructions.



Getting started with herbs has never been easier.

My Greens Light Garden makes growing your favorite kitchen herbs a cinch. This ingenius light fixture fits right on your countertop, where you can harvest a small crop of herbs, small salad greens, or even keep your small flowering plants in bloom through the winter.

  • Two T-5 bulbs provide full-spectrum light that herbs need to thrive.
  • Four growing trays, plus a water reservoir to make watering a breeze.
  • 19-inch cord with on/off switch allows easy control.




Green Thumb Tip

Check the soil for water at least a couple times a week.

Growing herbs are thirsty. And, if there are several plants in one container, water is used up faster than with one plant per pot.

Shed Some Light

Need more light for your indoor herbs? Grow lights work magic, giving your herb garden a boost.


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Zyliss Herb Snippers